The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has insisted there is no place for anti-Semitism in modern Britain and said those guilty of such racism in the Labour Party have been "brought to book". He was speaking after the Chief Rabbi accused him of allowing anti-Jewish racism to take root within Labour, and questioned his fitness to be prime minister. In an unprecedented break with convention, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said he felt compelled to intervene because the "very soul of our nation was at stake". The Conservative Party also came under heavy criticism today, when the Muslim Council of Britain accused it of "denial, dismissal and deceit" on the issue of Islamophobia.
Also we continue our journey around the UK and the places where seats could change hands in this General Election. Tonight we’re in the Preseli Pembrokeshire constituency in south-west Wales, which has a very small Conservative majority and is a key target seat for the Labour party.
Tonight’s coverage on the BBC News at Ten comes from Laura Kuenssberg and Clive Myrie, and is presented by Huw Edwards.